Thursday, 11 May 2017

Fishing Time - Amelia

Wow Amelia, this is a great presentation. It looks like a lot of fun! You are learning a lot about Lures and fishing technology. I particularly like your task description.

  Walt: think critically about what we read.



Task Description: Welcome to my first presentation for Term 2! At the moment we have been learning about fishing technology. I've created an presentation which has examples of fishing lures and what fishing lures are. To understand what lures are my teacher ( Mr Goodwin ) has set up reading's that help us understand what they are. Thanks to those reading's it helped me understand what lures are and if you read the presentation I bet you'll understand what I am talking about. I also used a wonderful site which helped me create a lure that will attract the fish that I am looking for. Thanks for reading my blog post and stay tuned for more!

Monday, 8 May 2017

April Holiday Blogging Challenge

In the Holidays we ran our own Team 4 blogging challenge. Lots of us participated, and blogged about different things that we got up to. Some of us chose to complete the challenges that Mr Goodwin created to help us. Each of these challenges had some kind of reading activity, as well as a task to complete, and share on our blog.


Here are the 5 winners from across all of Team 4. The prizes were given for:

- The most posts
- Audience appeal
- Quality of posts
- Creativity
- Best Commenting

The Top 10 bloggers had a combined total number of blog posts of 208. That means most of us were posting more than twice a day!


We can't wait for the Woolf Fisher Winter Learning Journey next holidays!

Thursday, 6 April 2017

Māori Fishing technology - Lillyana

Thanks Lillyana this is such an informative post.

  Walt: synthesise information from across multiple texts.



Task Description : Room 7 Literacy have learned about Maori Fishing Technology and how did they make it and what they use back then everyone has the Maori Myth , Maori Fishing Nets , Maori Fishing Hooks and Maori Fishing Pots and also i Really hope you have Enjoyed this post and have a wonderful , awesome Blessed Day with your Family and Friends.

Drawing Time

Welcome to Drawing Time!

In this episode of Drawing time your host Junior shows you how to create a cartoon face out of just letters of the alphabet. Enjoy!


Friday, 31 March 2017

Create your own Spider - Hinerangi

Hinerangi shares her very own spider.  This task required each member of our class to read and learn about spiders, particularly how they differ from insects. Fantastic work Hinerangi!

Black Wicked Spider:

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Well as you already know that this Spider does not eat other Humans and Insects which means that any predator or Human can get near it. This Spider lives in areas meaning as on Plants, Living under rocks and on the edge of the ocean. They can also live in corals which means that they mainly live in habitat’s that they can find. This spider eats leaves plants and many different Trees. This Spider’s behavior is Kind, Helpful, Special and as you already know that this spider is the most coolest Spider of all, Well here we are now as you already know this Spider is Kind, Helpful, Special and is the most coolest Spider of all.

Task Description:

For this task we had to create a new Insect that no ordinary person had used yet. As you can see up the top my insect is called Black Wicked Spider. For this task we also had to draw a picture for our Spider. This task was quite easy because all we had to do was that we had to draw a Picture, Write a description and having to be reading the task's we get.

Thursday, 30 March 2017

Describe an insect - Naomi

We have been learning to describe insects in more interesting ways. In particular we have been focusing on using interesting and new vocab. Naomi shares her description of a bumble bee.


WALT: use interesting vocab in our writing.

A bumble bee is harmless and a cute insect, It has six tiny legs and three body parts (head l thorax and the body). Bumble bees help us, and if we did not have bumble bees or other bees we would probably die.
There is a Queen and she has an important job because she stay’s in the hive all day to lay eggs. The other bees are called worker bees, and they mostly do all the work. The worker bees clean the hives and make sure the hive is OK. Bees fly to a flower, and most flowers that catch their eyes are the beautiful purple, blue and yellow coloured flowers. Bees also drink nectar and  get pollen on its back and carry It to their hive.  There are over 20,000 species of bees and one that make a lot of that sticky good stuff is honey bees.

Task description: This task was to learn about bugs and all kinds of native things because our term topic is "Te Taio O Tamaki". Like my WALT we are learning to use describing vocab in writing.

Friday, 24 March 2017

Create your own insect - Paikea

Thanks for sharing this Paikea! What a cool insect Horton is. Check out the lesson here.

Walt: make connections across multiple texts.
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Horton's is a large bug that protects it self at all times. It lives underground they dig their way with their 4 front sharp legs. Females have just 3 spikes on it’s back to protect it self. The male Hornton has 4 spikes, the 3 spikes on it's back and 1 black spike. All the spikes are dangerous, because if you touch them you get a bad sting, way worse then a bee sting.

Task Description:My class is learning about bug's and learnt what is the different between insect and bugs. We read a couple of some articles and created our own insect. We named it designed it and said what type of behavior it has and last at not least we created our insect. If you have read my paragraph properly you will see that it is a male, because a male has 1 black horn on it's head.